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... these are discussed in the normal morning meetings. Erin, Gwen and I were tested on Thursday afternoon when all the doctors and nurses went to their annual meeting in a building up the road from the hospital. We were advised that we were in charge for an hour and a half and to call the matron on one of the cleaners phones if there was an emergency. Luckily all went smoothly, especially as the cleaner whose phone we were supposed to use clocked off at 4pm, leaving us ...
... warmed up and, with the amazing views, forgot the pain. By the time we were back in McLeod we had walked over 40km and climbed up (and back down) over 2300m in just two days - we certainly earned our dinner that night!
After McLeod we caught (several) buses to a town called Rewalsar. This was a pretty town by a small lake known for its temples and pilgrims. We first climbed up to some caves where... some Buddhist guy became famous by meditating ...
... my curves""On the bend, go slow my friend""Drive on horse power, not run power""After whiskey, drive risky""Don't be a gama in the land of lama""This is not a rally, enjoy the valley" "Eager to last? Then why fast?"
This was the first introduction to the culture of the Ladakhe people. Caring, upfront, funny and sensible....
We arrived in Leh, the main town in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir, a bit tired, but eager to get going the following ...
... he gets the hint and disappears two days later not to be seen again. Sangat Ram later tells me that they consider them ‘occasional visitors’ and they are not interested in humans.
Insects also attract Gecko’s which hang around and quickly fatten with the abundant bounty. And what do fat Gecko’s attract? Correct….snakes. Three times a foot and half snake shows up on my second floor balcony with aim at the Geckos. Three times it ...
... told multiple times the previous day that above the village of Kharnag the road was blocked by an active (still moving) land slide so it was with some trepidation that we made our way upwards. Blocking the road turned out to be a huge understatement as a 150m section of the road had disappeared down the mountain side to be replaced by a slope of mud, water and boulders. Over night the slide had settled and was no longer active allowing foot traffic to cross the destroyed ...